UV Light Flower

Photo credit: Craig Burrows

Photographer Craig Burrows didn’t digitally enhance these glowing flora, but instead used ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence to capture them. This photographic process basically employs high-intensity ultraviolet light to produce other-worldly pictures of plant-life. Each photo is set against a black backdrop to really bring out the glimmering petals, neon leaves, and stems. They are illuminated with a filtered 365nm LED light. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower
UV Light Flower

“In addition to ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence, the self-proclaimed eclectic photographer also takes traditionally-lit photos of the outdoors, as well as macro shots of insects, arachnids, and fungi,” reports My Modern Met.